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Rockman.EXE Beast (TV)

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Alternative title:
ロックマン エグゼ BEAST (Japanese)
Themes: mecha
Plot Summary:
In a parallel world exists a land called Beyondard, a more primitive land where humans and Net Navis coexist in the same field. In this land, two giant cyber beasts (known as Gregar and Falzar) are at war, and followers known as Zoanoroids do their biddings. A child-like Net Navi named Trill is the key to ending this war, but due to a rift in time and space, he has appeared in Japan, and the Zoanoroids begin appearing in pursuit. When Netto and his friends discover Trill, they vow to protect him at all costs, even if it means being stranded in Beyondard themselves.
Trill, a mysterious navi said to have originated from the world of Beyondard, is discovered. And new beast-type enemies, the Zoanoroids, want him for his special power. Netto Hikari and Rockman must protect their new friend while they try to figure out what Trill is really and his connection to the two legendary cyber beasts, Grega and Faltzer.
User Ratings: 42 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 5 votes (sub:5)
 Excellent: 8 votes (sub:7, raw:1)
 Very good: 8 votes (sub:8)
 Good: 11 votes (sub:10, others:1
1 Spanish subtitled
)
 Decent: 2 votes (sub:2)
 So-so: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Not really good: 2 votes (sub:2)
 Weak: 4 votes (sub:4)
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 Awful: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Worst ever: -
Seen in part or in whole by 148 users, rank: #4459 (of 9611)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.167 (Good+), std. dev.: 2.2245, rank: #3051 (of 9744)
Weighted mean: 7.008 (Good), rank: #3522 (of 9744) (seen all: 7.58 / seen some: 6.21 / won't finish: 4.21)
Bayesian estimate: 7.126 (Good), rank: #2834 (of 7313)
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 25
Episode titles: We have 25
Vintage:
2005-10-01 to 2006-04-01 (Japanese Broadcast)
2015-03-23 (Philippines, TV5 Animega)
Opening Theme:
"Shouri no Uta (Song of Victory)" by Dandelion
Ending Theme:
"Ashiato (Footsteps)" by Clair
Official website:
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Takao Kato
Series Composition: Kenichi Araki
Script:
Katsuhiko Chiba (5 episodes
eps 2, 8, 11, 19, 21
)

Kenichi Araki (7 episodes
eps 1, 6, 13-14, 20, 24-25
)

Kenichi Yamada (eps 9, 18)
Masashi Kubota (4 episodes
eps 3, 10, 17, 23
)

Mayori Sekijima (5 episodes
eps 4, 7, 12, 16, 22
)

Naoko Marukawa (eps 5, 15)
Character Design: Mitsuru Ishihara
Art Director: Kuniko Miyake
Sound Director: Jin Aketagawa
Director of Photography: Katsutoshi Hirose

Beast Design:
Daisuke Hiramaki (ep 2)
Katsuhiko Kitada (6 episodes
eps 1, 4, 11-12, 16, 23
)

Kiyotaka Oshiyama (8 episodes
eps 1, 4, 6, 8-9, 15-16, 23
)

Sunao Chikaoka (5 episodes
eps 4, 10, 19-21
)

Yūichi Oka (11 episodes
eps 1-4, 8-10, 12, 15-16, 23
)

Color design: Natsuyo Ban
Key Animation:
Kiyotaka Oshiyama (OP; eps 14, 25)
Sunao Chikaoka (OP; ep 25)
Prop Design: Masayuki Katou
Theme Song Arrangement: Kenji Suzuki (OP)
Theme Song Composition:
Marty Friedman (ED)
ryota (OP)
Shinsaku (OP)
Theme Song Lyrics:
Clair (ED)
ryota (OP)
Theme Song Performance:
Clair (ED)
Dandelion (OP)
Akiko Kimura as Rockman
Kumiko Higa as Netto Hikari

Noriko Shitaya as Trill

Ai Iura as Hitomi (ep 16)
Akiko Kimura as Rush
Ao Koori as Miyuki (eps 13, 22) 
Chiemi Chiba as Aquaman
Chiyako Shibahara as
Bubbleman
Zoano Cutman Jirō (ep 22)
Zoano Cutman Tarō (ep 22)
Daisuke Sakaguchi as Tomahawkman
Eiji Itō as Zoan Punk
Eri Sendai as Iris
Fujiko Takimoto as Kojiro
Gō Shinomiya as Man 3 (ep 19)
Hidenobu Kiuchi as Zoan Gateman
Hinako Yoshino as Yaito Ayano-Kouji
Hiro Yuuki as Laika
Hiroaki Ishikawa as Zoano Stoneman (ep 9)
Hiroki Yasumoto as
Colonel 
Colonel/Zoano Colonel (4 episodes
eps 14, 21, 23-24
)

Yetiman
Hiroshi Kamiya as Narcy Hide (Beyondard; ep 17)
Hiroyuki Yoshino as
Mister Press (ep 18)
Mr. Press
Zoano Plantman (ep 2)
Hisao Egawa as Zoan Gutsman
Hyousei as Miyuki Kuroi (Beyondard)
Isshin Chiba as
Barrel (Beyondard)
Baryl 
Jin Horikawa as Masa (Masked Captain; Beyondard)
Jun Fukuyama as Searchman
Jun Ogasawara as Train Driver (ep 15)
Junko Noda as Iceman
Kan Tanaka as Mayor (ep 18)
Kaori Matoi as Zoano Cutman Rokuro (ep 22)
Kaori Mizuhashi as Meiru Sakurai
Katsumi Chou as Wily (Beyondard)
Kayo Yuunagi as Mother A (ep 16)
Kazuhiro Nakata as Dr. Regal (Beyondard)
Kei Kobayashi as Zoano Cutman Shiro (ep 22)
Keiji Fujiwara as Meijin
Keikou Sakai as Watchman (ep 17)
Kenichi Ono as Dark Miyabi (eps 23, 25)
Kenji Hamada as Tenguman
Kenta Miyake as
Zoano Junkman (ep 15)
Zoano Whaleman (ep 16)
Kishō Taniyama as Zoano Swallowman (ep 11)
Kōichi Tōchika as Groundman
Kōji Ishii as Captain Kurohige
Kumiko Watanabe as
Tohru Hikawa
Zoano Cutman Goro (ep 22)
Kunihiro Kawamoto as Ironworks Chief (ep 18)
Makoto Yasumura as
Copyroid (ep 4)
Staff A (ep 25) 
Staff Member A (eps 20, 24-25)
Mamiko Noto as Shuko Kido
Masako Joh as Roll
Masaru Motegi as Zoano Quickman (ep 10)
Masaya Matsukaze as Blues
Mayumi Yamaguchi as Dingo
Megumi Hazeyama as Mother B (ep 16)
Michiko Neya as Tesla Magnets
Mitsuki Saiga as Enzan Ijuuin
Miyu Matsuki as Yoko (ep 16)
Motomu Kiyokawa as Futen Roshi
Naoki Bandō as Zoan Darkman
Natsuki Mori as Old Lady (ep 15)
Nobuyuki Kobushi as
Announce (ep 12)
Guest A (ep 18)
Man 4 (ep 19)
Man C (ep 17)
Navi A (ep 2)
Sailor A (eps 10-11)
Sherbetman
Yabe (ep 15)
Noriko Hidaka as
Mariko-sensei
Yuriko
Omi Minami as
Saloma (eps 13, 22) 
Saroma (Beyondard)
Rie Kanda as Chirol
Riichi Nishimoto as Skullman (Beyondard)
Rio Natsuki as
Makoto Aoki
Millionaire (Beyondard)
Ryūsei Nakao as
Snake-Man (eps 12-14) 
Zoano Snakeman
Saeko Chiba as Jasmin
Sayaka Aida as Hiro (ep 16)
Sayaka Ōhara as Farang Phakchi
Shiho Hisajima as Tamoshi (ep 16)
Shinji Kawada as Diveman
Takashi Kondō as Dotarou Horisugi
Takashi Nagasako as Zoan Flameman
Takayuki Sugō as Kunio Kurogane
Takeharu Ōnishi as Killerman (ep 22) 
Takeshi Aono as
Mitsumasa (eps 20-21) 
Tadashi Hikari (Beyondard)
Taketora as Dustman
Takuma Suzuki as Sharkman (Beyondard)
Tarō Yamaguchi as Zoano Yamatoman (ep 20)
Tokuyoshi Kawashima as
Yuuichirou Hikari
Zoano Numberman (eps 8, 10)
Tomohiro Nishimura as Nenji Rokushakudama
Tomokazu Sugita as Slashman
Tomoko Ishimura as
Chisao Oyama
Zoano Cutman Saburo (ep 22)
Tomoko Kawakami as Pride
Tomomichi Nishimura as Videoman (Beyondard; ep 17)
Tomoya Koizumi as
Guard Navi (ep 2)
Man 1 (ep 19)
Man B (ep 17)
Sea Captain (eps 10-11)
Sightseeing Guest A (ep 18)
Staff (ep 3)
Station Attendant 1 (ep 15)
Young Man (ep 4)
Zoano Warrior A (ep 9)
Tomoyuki Kōno as Miyata (ep 15)
Tomoyuki Shimura as Zoano Cloudman (ep 21)
Toshihide Tsuchiya as Woodman (Beyondard)
Toshihiko Nakajima as Seishin Kifune
Tsuguo Mogami as Chargeman
Yasuhiko Kawazu as
Circusman
Glyde
Yasunori Matsumoto as Charlie Airstar
Youto Kazama as Zoano Sparkman (eps 2, 6)
Yūji Ueda as
Higure Yamitarou
Numberman
Yuki Kaida as Dark Kirisaki (ep 22) 
Yuriko Yamaguchi as Rin Manabe
Yūsuke Numata as Dekao
Japanese companies
Korean staff
Korean companies
(none)
Korean cast
(none)
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
ADR Script: Charmaine Cordoviz
Charmaine Cordoviz as
Netto Hikari
Rockman

Charmaine Cordoviz as
Chisao Oyama
Iris
Princess Pride/Poipu
Tomahawkman
David Sta. Maria as
Blues
Searchman
Yuichiro Hikari
Grace Cornel as
Chirol
Farang Phakchi
Jasmin
Meiru Sakurai
Roll
Tesla Magnets
Thrill
Yaito Ayanokouji
Montreal Repuyan as
Baryl
Captain Kurohige
Raymond Narag as
Gauss Magnets
Laika
Rose Barin as
Dingo
Enzan Iijuin
Makoto Aoki
Rin Manabe
Tohru Hikawa

Montreal Repuyan as Dekao Oyama
Raymond Narag as Meijin Eguchi
Rose Barin as Rush
Tagalog companies

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